Lights of All is a purposeful clothing brand for people who value nature and their connection to it. We help you feel and look your best while being gentle on the earth.
We believe that when you feel your best, you're empowered to do your best. It's our goal to uplift you so that we can create a kinder world together.
Katia is the founder, designer mostly working as a one woman show with the exception of her intern Olivia, photographers and models. If you have a Lights of All item, she's the one who made it.
"I cannot say enough GREAT things about Lights of All and the woman behind it - Katia. I’ve been a customer for 4 years now and every single piece is gorgeous, beautifully made with incredible craftsmanship, ethical and sustainable. Her designs will make you feel beautiful and rest easy knowing your decision is an ethical and environmental one."
"Lights of All makes beautiful pieces, built to last. I have five items that I wear the tar out of and hold up to washing, packing, traveling you name it - and all while looking *fire emoji* AND being good for our planet. To top it off, it is made by the lady who does everything from A - Z for the brand! Like, if you have a piece and you got it at a show or online, she definitely sold it to you. How cool is that?"
"It can be hard to find fashion companies that truly have sustainability at the core of their business, but LOA is it! Beautiful designs, extremely comfortable and most of all sustainably made. I wear my tie-dye shirt once a week and so excited to shop their next collection too. Thanks LOA!"
You made a purchase with us, and you got your free pouch! Want to know what you can use it for? Here are some ideas! When LOA garments are sewn, all scraps are kept and upcycled, which is how we ge... more
Our MOVING SALE is HERE!!You may know I work from home, well the owners of the condo we rent are selling and we are moving to a new home, that also means LOA has to move too!So to help lighten the ... more
There are many aspects to sustainable fashion; some practices involve materials, manufacturers, companies, and other material focuses. However, sustainable shopping itself often has less to do ... more